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post #3051 of 10707
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I hope you're able to get more out of it being that it's a premium aftermarket card. This was my run with a Founders edition



This is my best so far already.


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post #3052 of 10707
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

it's for all the LEDs, etc.

So the OC potential of both just soleley depend on the silicon lottery?
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

So the OC potential of both just soleley depend on the silicon lottery?

Pretty much.
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Pretty much.

Has this been explained on most reviews also? And is it only true for the 1080Ti? Because in the 1080 officiwl thread, it is well known that FE's usually hit their power limits and that's where partner cards come in as they have higher limits.
post #3055 of 10707
Guys something weird is happening when I use the Afterburner Curve to overlock. The Perfcap Reason is highlighted with 4 different reasons even though im not being performance capped? What does this mean?

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Iam officialy part of the club now biggrin.gif







post #3057 of 10707
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Originally Posted by Mato87 View Post

Iam officialy part of the club now biggrin.gif








Wooooooooo! Congratz bud thumb.gif
post #3058 of 10707
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Wooooooooo! Congratz bud thumb.gif

Thanks dude, Iam going to play until morning now biggrin.gif Quantum Break here I come redface.gif
post #3059 of 10707
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Iam officialy part of the club now biggrin.gif








Lucky you....smile.gif

where did you get the card from country ?
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What are the different temp limits and what happens when you reach them?
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